- 10 years ago
- Wedding: October 2008
We received gifts from a handful of people who were not invited to the wedding. (We did not invite due to size limit. They are friends but not close friends.) They were still generous enough to send us gifts. Since we have favors leftover from the wedding, we thought it would be nice to send them one with the thank you note. The favors are nice, leather luggage tags. It seems like it would be a nice touch. Does this sound okay or is it weird?
Inside the tag window, we have removable cards that read, "Thanks for celebrating the day with us. Enjoy an adventure of your own." We’ve been debating whether this phrase is still appropriate given they didn’t attend but were thoughtful enough to send a gift. Is this sentence okay or should it say something simpler? Suggestions?